Tests of Character

Discover yourself by taking our quizzes

How do you feel about minnows?

You know, those weak teams that you see every other World Cup or so

1. Bangladesh reached the Asia Cup final by beating India and Sri Lanka. Can they still be called minnows?

2. Are you following the ICC World Twenty20 qualifiers?

3. How did you feel when Trinidad & Tobago reached the Champions League final in 2009?

4. How did you feel when Zimbabwe returned to Test cricket?

5. When England were beaten by Netherlands in the 2009 World Twenty20, it was:

6. When England were beaten by Ireland in the 2011 World Cup, it was:

7. How do you feel about the use of the word "upset" every time a weaker team beats a stronger team?

8. What do you think of India's refusal to host Bangladesh for bilateral series?

9. Does Ireland deserve Test status?

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